The goal of First Baptist Church Missions Committee is to develop opportunities to for our members to grow in their faith by helping others. We become stronger by practicing mercy and justice. This work is at the heart of our church's mission statement, which sets our congregational goal to be an influence "at the intersection of the culture and the Kingdom of God."We seek to do this with a focus on urban outreach projects: providing meals for the hungry, job assistance to Slavic nationals, responding with aid to local and regional disasters, and by answering the needs of members in our church to ensure they do not alone or in silence.  For more information on mission-related activities or our Missions Committee, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Coordinating Pastor.

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Fall Mission Opportunities 2017

FBCA Crossroads Afterschool Program: 6 More Tutors Needed
Are you interested in getting involved in an afterschool program to help economically disadvantaged children in grades K-3. Tutors are paired one-on-one with a student. Activities include snacks, physical activities, homework assistance and reading/math tutoring, chapel.
Next Date: Wednesdays from 2:30 - 5:00 p.m. during the school calendar year - Beginning October 4, 2017.

Room in the Inn: Overnight Hosts Needed
FBCA partners with RITI twice a year to provide shelter for up to 12 women. Each week, a different congregation opens its facilities to welcome the women as guests, offering a warm safe place for them as they work hard to move forward to permanent housing. The simple goal is to keep women without homes from sleeping on the street and risking their safety. The greater goal is to build caring, supportive relationships with them, one week at a time. Volunteers needed for five teams: provide meals, over-night stay, set-up and break down, hosts, provide transportation.
Next Date: September 17-23, 2017

Black Mountain Children’s Home: Over 100 Volunteers Needed
Live into your generous heart on Saturday, September 30th at the Black Mountain Home for Children, Youth, and Families, a local partner serving children and youth from across WNC. Over 100 members and friends of First Baptist Asheville will tackle 16 projects with jobs for every age group and skill level. Sign up in the atrium September 10, 17, and 24. Show up on September 30 at 8:30 a.m. to paint, plant, and make a difference. A free churchwide cookout will follow with games and fellowship to 2:00 p.m. If you need transportation to BMH, contact the church office at 828-252-4781. BMC is located at 80 Lake Eden Road in Black Mountain, NC.
Next Date: September 30, 2017

Join fellow FBCA members and the Asheville community at we walk to end hunger.
Dates: Sunday, October 29, 2017 (The walk starts at FBCA).

FBCA Christmas Food Collection
Our annual collection of food for 80 needy families. Volunteers are needed for collecting, sorting, and delivery. We will begin collecting food gifts during the Hanging of the Green service and will continue until the delivery on Sunday, December 10, 2017.

To get involved in our ministries please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at 828.252.4781. See sign-up page for more volunteer opportunities.